Connect with us

News

A first-class student from UCC threatens to commit suicide since he can’t get employment

Published

on


– Advertisement –


In recent times, many people especially the youth think twice when offers of schooling are placed on the table unlike previously when they just accept to go to school hoping for a better future.


The only reason why the youth these days feel reluctant to simply go to school is based on the fact that they believe there is no work for them to be employed hence they prefer to start-up businesses on their own.

That is the case of this young man who on his part has graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a first-class but still struggling to find work after all these years.

According to him, he settled on starting on his own business and had his over GH¢100,000.00 gotten from his business saved with Gold Coast Management Company.

But since the current government came to power and the bank crisis forced them to close down some banks, GCFM became affected too and now his cash is locked up with no plans to get it back.

He stated that things have become very hard for him since he is married with kids and he is now contemplating committing suicide to end all his suffering because he can’t take it any longer.

Read his full post below:

Source link

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

News

‘Now I Need To Get A TV’

Published

on


The lady who Twitter handle is @jayydawayda made this known in a recent tweet where she shared a video of the game she bought.


Sharing the video, she wrote;


“Now I need to get a TV”

This has gotten people talking. Below are a few of the reactions;

Source: www.ghgossip.com

Source link

Continue Reading

News

Court orders final forfeiture of N235m linked to Invictus Obi

Published

on


A Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos has ordered the final forfeiture of the sum of N235.4 million traced to the account of convicted fraudster, Okeke Obinwanne known as Invictus Obi.


FBI list_ Court orders final forfeiture of N235m linked to Invictus Obi


This came the Chief Executive Officer of Invictus Group pleaded guilty to two charges: computer fraud and wire fraud after his arrest in the United States.

Justice Liman had on March 23, 2020, ordered the interim forfeiture of the money domiciled in First City Monument Bank (FCMB) following an ex parte application dated December 18, 2019, by the Lagos Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

He also ordered the commission to advertise same in any national newspaper for anyone to show cause why the said money should not be finally forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Serving an update on the case, Spokesperson of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Wilson Uwujaren said Justice Liman has ordered a final forfeiture of the sum.

It was gathered that the final forfeiture order was granted after EFCC counsel, I. Sulaiman, prayed for the confiscation.

Okeke who made it into Forbes Africa’s Under 30 List in 2016, was nabbed for $11 million fraud after an official account belonging to a steel company’s CEO was hacked. The FBI was contacted about the scam by the representatives of Unatrac Holding Limited, the export sales office for Caterpillar heavy industrial and firm equipment.

lailasnews>

Continue Reading

Entertainment News

Lydia Forson Dazzles on the Cover of Schick Magazine’s Latest Issue

Published

on



Ghanaian actress, producer, entrepreneur and activist Lydia Forson is the cover star in the annual Fashion Issue of SCHICK Magazine 10th edition.


In this Fashion Issue, Lydia who is known for promoting body positivity speaks about her style, public perception, getting the E! nomination, her latest project, roots and activism.

On public perception:

I try to remember that the concept of perfection is a farce and even the people talking negatively about my body, have their own insecurities to deal with.

On her latest project:

I recently starred in a movie called “Us In Between”, which was inspired by true events leading up to the lockdown in Ghana when COVID-19 cases started going up. It drained me emotionally and mentally because not only was I embodying the character as an infected nurse, but filming during what was and still is one of the most difficult periods for filmmakers. I had to not only dig deep into my emotions but the fear of being infected regardless of the safety protocols put in place.

On getting the E! Nomination:

I woke up to the email at midnight and thought it was a prank. I like to believe that it’s just me being myself that may have attracted that sort of attention, and if that is why, it’s all the validation I need to continue being me.


Find a sneak peek of the cover story, styled by Nutifafa and photographed by Gilbert Asante on Schick Magazine

Source link

Continue Reading

Popular this week